Press & Praise for Science

Science: a Discovery in Comics has been out for two months now, and has received a few really good reviews:

 

Marc Mason in the Comics Waiting Room:

“Absolutely terrific.”

“Her art is simple and straight-forward, and she always chooses function over form: everything works to service the lessons she is trying to impart. When people ask me about how comics can serve a purpose in the classroom, this is precisely the kind of book I use to demonstrate that very thing.”

Win Wiacek on ComicsReview.co.uk:

“A truly sharp and witty book.”
“Clear, concise, appropriately challenging and informatively funny, Science – A Discovery in Comics is a wonder of unpretentious, exuberant graphic craft and a timeless book we can all enjoy.”

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Mark Squirek in the New York Journal of Books:

“Science: A Discovery in Comics is a book that will inspire both five year olds and their grandparents as they laugh along in discovery.”

Rob McMonigal on PanelPatter.com:

“I can’t recommend this one highly enough, both for younger readers and adults who enjoy overviews of expansive subjects.”

Martha Thomases on ComicMix.com:

“If you have a curious kid in your household, you could do worse than get her this book. Even if that kid is 60 years old.”

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There have also been three great interviews:

 

Needless to say, I’m over the moon with all these positive reviews and interviews!

Go buy my book! That many reporters can’t be wrong!

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Author: Margreet de Heer

Dutch graphic novelist, known for her educational series 'A Discovery in Comics', featuring 'Philosophy', 'Science' and 'Religion'. In the works: 'World Domination' and 'Love'. Margreet lives and works in Amsterdam with her artistic husband Yiri and their black cat Toto.

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